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Statistics NZ

30th Jul 21, 11:38am
The residential construction industry is likely to remain at full capacity for some time particularly in Auckland
The residential construction industry is likely to remain at full capacity for some time particularly in Auckland
30th Jul 21, 11:38am
28th Jul 21, 12:30pm
Foreign owners selling their New Zealand residential properties at more than twice the rate they are buying them
Foreign owners selling their New Zealand residential properties at more than twice the rate they are buying them
28th Jul 21, 12:30pm
14th Jul 21, 11:37am
Net migration gain of just 5743 in year to May, down from 87,473 in the previous 12 months
Net migration gain of just 5743 in year to May, down from 87,473 in the previous 12 months
14th Jul 21, 11:37am
1st Jul 21, 11:55am
More home units and townhouses are being consented but the number of apartments being consented has taken a dip
More home units and townhouses are being consented but the number of apartments being consented has taken a dip
1st Jul 21, 11:55am
30th Jun 21, 9:38am
Significant parts of the world are undergoing rapid demographic changes which will cap, even reduce, the global population. This will have big implications for food producers
Significant parts of the world are undergoing rapid demographic changes which will cap, even reduce, the global population. This will have big implications for food producers
30th Jun 21, 9:38am
14th Jun 21, 12:08pm
The number of New Zealand citizens returning long-term at its lowest level since records began in 2002
The number of New Zealand citizens returning long-term at its lowest level since records began in 2002
14th Jun 21, 12:08pm
4th Jun 21, 1:03pm
Construction of commercial buildings is declining while residential construction appears to be flattening out
Construction of commercial buildings is declining while residential construction appears to be flattening out
4th Jun 21, 1:03pm
1st Jun 21, 12:00pm
Latest dwelling consent figures suggest the residential building boom is stronger in the North Island and Christchurch than in most of the rest of the South Island
Latest dwelling consent figures suggest the residential building boom is stronger in the North Island and Christchurch than in most of the rest of the South Island
1st Jun 21, 12:00pm
17th May 21, 11:43am
Net gain of NZ citizens and net loss of non-New Zealand citizens in the year to March, Statistics NZ says
Net gain of NZ citizens and net loss of non-New Zealand citizens in the year to March, Statistics NZ says
17th May 21, 11:43am
7th May 21, 11:52am
The boom in the construction sector is not confined to housing, non-residential construction activity has also increased to record levels over the year to March
The boom in the construction sector is not confined to housing, non-residential construction activity has also increased to record levels over the year to March
7th May 21, 11:52am
6th May 21, 11:56am
Residential construction is booming with more than 40,000 new homes consented in year to March
Residential construction is booming with more than 40,000 new homes consented in year to March
6th May 21, 11:56am
4th May 21, 12:09pm
Foreign buyers purchased 714 New Zealand homes in the year to March and sold 1473 over the same period
Foreign buyers purchased 714 New Zealand homes in the year to March and sold 1473 over the same period
4th May 21, 12:09pm
14th Apr 21, 11:58am
The number of New Zealand citizens returning long-term falls two thirds year-on-year
The number of New Zealand citizens returning long-term falls two thirds year-on-year
14th Apr 21, 11:58am
[Updated]
15th Mar 21, 1:07pm
Dramatic falls in migration numbers across the board, with the number of New Zealand citizens returning at a nine year low
[Updated]
Dramatic falls in migration numbers across the board, with the number of New Zealand citizens returning at a nine year low
15th Mar 21, 1:07pm
6th Mar 21, 9:16am
More than half the new homes consented last year were stand alone houses, less than 10% were apartments
More than half the new homes consented last year were stand alone houses, less than 10% were apartments
6th Mar 21, 9:16am
4th Mar 21, 8:00am
The number of new homes being consented continues to rise but commercial building work remains patchy
The number of new homes being consented continues to rise but commercial building work remains patchy
4th Mar 21, 8:00am
22nd Feb 21, 10:49am
The Government will need to consider immigration's effect on housing demand before it starts reopening the borders
The Government will need to consider immigration's effect on housing demand before it starts reopening the borders
22nd Feb 21, 10:49am
16th Feb 21, 12:01pm
Annual net migration gain drops 40% in 2020 to 44,126 from 73,097 in 2019
Annual net migration gain drops 40% in 2020 to 44,126 from 73,097 in 2019
16th Feb 21, 12:01pm
10th Feb 21, 8:30am
Internal inflation from non-tradables is well alight at 2.8% for the last year. In contrast, prices for items traded internationally declined by 0.3%. Understanding these differences and the reasons for these differences lies at the heart of the issue
Internal inflation from non-tradables is well alight at 2.8% for the last year. In contrast, prices for items traded internationally declined by 0.3%. Understanding these differences and the reasons for these differences lies at the heart of the issue
10th Feb 21, 8:30am
4th Feb 21, 11:55am
Residential construction continues to rocket ahead but non-residential construction is still a bit slow
Residential construction continues to rocket ahead but non-residential construction is still a bit slow
4th Feb 21, 11:55am
2nd Feb 21, 12:15pm
Foreigners selling their New Zealand residential properties now outnumber buyers by two to one
Foreigners selling their New Zealand residential properties now outnumber buyers by two to one
2nd Feb 21, 12:15pm
22nd Jan 21, 9:12am
Net migration gain of just 672 in November last year, way down from gain of 8744 in November 2019
Net migration gain of just 672 in November last year, way down from gain of 8744 in November 2019
22nd Jan 21, 9:12am
[Updated]
16th Dec 20, 11:14am
NZ's current account deficit for the year to September was just 0.8% of GDP, the lowest in about 19 years
[Updated]
NZ's current account deficit for the year to September was just 0.8% of GDP, the lowest in about 19 years
16th Dec 20, 11:14am
14th Dec 20, 11:57am
Population growth from migration down by more than 90% compared to a year ago
Population growth from migration down by more than 90% compared to a year ago
14th Dec 20, 11:57am
8th Dec 20, 11:50am
Home ownership levels continue declining, especially for younger people
Home ownership levels continue declining, especially for younger people
8th Dec 20, 11:50am

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